The sunny days Calgary has been enjoying lately may see a brief interruption come Wednesday… if The Weather Network’s weekly forecast is to be believed.
A risk of thunderstorms is on the horizon (yet again) come July 31, finishing off the month with what could be a sky filled with thunder, lightning, and some very frightening hail.
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However, with a current possibility of precipitation landing at just 40% for the day, we wouldn’t start worrying too much — especially given how fickle the weather round these parts is known to be.
Calgarians will also be able to look forward to around 12 hours of sunshine on Wednesday and highs of 25°C that feel closer to 27°C, so it’s not all doom and gloom come Hump Day.
The rest of the week is looking quite similar to the sunnier side of the forecast, with Tuesday sitting at a true blue 27°C, and Thursday through Monday featuring sunny skies and temperature highs ranging from 21°C to 26°C.
The only other day that comes close to threatening some rainfall would be Saturday, with a 40% chance that less than one mm will fall.
So while, yes, there is a chance of you being struck by lightning on Wednesday, the rest of the week’s forecast is a-okay in our eyes!